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Leta Grooms for Top Roundup Celebration Lehi is taking on a festive a pearance and atmosphere in anticipation of the big annual celebration, the Lehi Roundup, to be held Thursday, . Friday and Saturday, June 29, 30, July 1. The clatter of horses' hooves announces the coming of top cowboys of the nation, putting their mounts through the paces in preparation for the contest which will provide the top western purse. Rodeo stock is gaining in spirit and strength, brought into the lush pastureland adjoining Lehi. Shining horses are being carefully exercised and groomed by local owners in advance of the big show, highlight of the stockman's year. Pennants are flying and banners add a colorful and gala appearance to Lehi's principal streets. Radio and TV announcements and an extensive campaign is bringing the attention of the rodeo minded public toward the Lehi Roundup. Parades, Flower Show The many events of the celebration will include the miniature and stock parades and a flower show, in which everyone is invited to place entries. vv , REMEMBER DAD v (( Garden Club Slates Flower Show as Roundup Feature As a feature of the big Lehi Roundup celebration, the Lehi Garden Club is staging a spring flower Show; to he held at the Memorial building. The show will be open to public View Friday and Saturday afternoon and evening, June 30 and July 1. Win Trophies At Vernal Show The Junior Roughriders, horse club, went to Vernal last Friday to compete in the Uintah horse show. They comBasin for showing and classes peted in two blue fitting, bringing home one white and red seven ribbons, ribbons. or third place Fred Hunter and Stanley Lewis won first place ribbons. Danny Allen Watts, Sharon Allen, Larry second took Hunter Carol and took place and Danny Richards two red or second place ribbons. third Danny Watts also took a ' ribbon. place In the performance events, with team consisting of Danny Watts, Carol Hunter and Joy Christensen, trophy they won the pole bending emus. otner three against race They also won the barrel of consisting team trophy with a .u Carol Hunter, joy jnnsiei Allen. . Larry Fred Hunter won the Junior division in the Western Pleasure Class with Larry Allen placing second. This is a traveling trophy and will have to be won three times in order for the club to re'. tain it. All of the club members took the trip. They remained overnight in order to visit the Standard Saddletree Co. plant where they learned about the foundation of saddles. They also went to the Newton Brothers saddle plant where they saw saddles completed. They also enjoyed visiting Dinosaur Park and the dinosaur quarry. Sharon Allen, reporter 4-- H 4-- H , Lehi Bankers Attend Ban Valley Confab for men, women, children tVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV He is Your Best Friend Complete Line of Sport Coats and Slacks for Your Summer Dress and Leisure Wear Play Clothes Arrow Dress Shirts Dress Hats Straw Hats Ties and Sox Freeman Oxfords H it CHANTANTE CHORUS MEMBERS REMINDED TO TURN IN MUSIC, PAY DUES Mrs. Ada Robinson, president of the Chantante Chorus, is request ing all members who have music or uniform collars, to return them to her as soon as possible, so that inventory may be made. She also requests that those delinquent in their dues contact Ruth Wing, treasurer, so that the books may be balanced for the season. The d chorus is now sponsored by the Dairy- MISSIONARY WIVES AND PARENTS MEETING THURSDAY (TONIGHT) The missionary wives and parents meeting will be held Thursday (tonight) in the First-Sixt- h ward chapel, beginning at 8 p.m. Everyone in the group is reminded to attend. Reports will be heard from Elder and Mrs. J. G. Cox and Miss La Dawn Hunger. Among those visiting here at the home of Don C Loveridge and Mrs. Alberta Simpson were Floyd Goates, formerly of Lehi; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore and children (Frances Simpson) of Kearns, and Clifford Simpson, now of Bounti' ' ful. National Brands of Merchandise at Popular Prices Buy the New World Standard BASIC EXCELLENCE buy RAMBLER NOT JUST ANY COMPACT! Choice of 3 Compacts Best Economy Lifetime Mufflers Accoustlcal Headllnera The Safe Place to Buy i HAL STROM nnn nnut n Motors Inc. East State - Am. Fork SK Mercury Outboard Motors Sales and Service THE ORIGINAL BLUE JEANS 5123 skills available When They Work You Profit LEVI'S, the first cowboy jeans are still the best cowboy jeans. After more than a century on one of the world's toughest jobs, LEVI'S are still the cowboys' first choice. No other overall gives him the slim, trim fit .of LEVI'S. No other overall gives him the long, rugged wear of LEVI'S. 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These are only a few of the marvels that actually may be achieved in the 1960s. You'll read all about them in this in teresting series of articles by one of the nation's leading science writers. 1 AMERICA'S FIXEST WM ... 10 Exciting Free Delivery Service , JEANS since 1850 Tht nimi rtgitttrtd In LEVI'S it tht S. Pattnt Office and garments mid Instalments Starts JUNE 26 Lehi Floral 8- - Two Horse Brand LOOK FOR the oilcloth ticket. Conditioning Phone PO . 598 Air Phone SK ir w M FOR YOUR EVERY FLORAL NEED Anniversaries Funerals Weddings North First East I Ladies' Levis and Shirts Jantzen Swim Suits White Stag and Pyke Representififr the State Bank of "1 Swenson, ,9ashll Calvmassistant Rex Zimmerman, cash ier, and R. Garn Holbrook of the board of sdfrectors, attended the 4-convention f the Utah Bankers Association, in Sun Valley, Idaho. They weM accompanied by theiT wives. There "were several hundred 'tial Tasis. the meet which was present who enjoyed weekheld in "Combination with the Kev-- endAmong those of to Grand the trips ada association of bankers. Among the Colorado and Eton'sCanyon National the featured speakers were in were Mr. and Mrs. Orlo cluded Dr. French of Purdue XUni park, fBrems and their children, David, vwsity.and aiv executive tft Thi Leslie Ann and "Robert Corporation. FLOWERS 235 COWBOY MATS 18 Everyone is invited to place entries, which will be judged by competent judges and rated for general excellence in each class. Every entry will be judged and many informative comments are given by the experts who view each flower or arrangement carefully. Entries June SO Entries will be received Friday, June 30 from 7 to 10 a.m. There will be classes for all seasonal flowers, spotted plants (including African violets) and all types of arrangements. Junior Section Chibs and organizations are invited to enter arrangements, and there will be a special section for boys "and girls up to age 16. Clubs and club members are especially invited to place entries, either as groups or on an individ- - Hi-lan- Jr. Roughriders for the whole family L Rodeo fans will be treated to top bullfighting and clowning when they attend the Lehi Round up June 29, SO, and July 1. Don't miss it! Yve ed in Madison Square Garden andi on 'the screen in his Roman ridej fire 'thriller, is also tops, according 'to Jack. Slorris Clark, rodeo chairman, 'also advises the fang 'that in to the regular major events tiif the roundup, the Girls Battel rRace Association has indicated a 'desire and wiffingKess to appear feach night of the rodeo hTcm-'petitioThis has Become orte of ' the finest ft,t'tractSns at many' ro-' cTeos in the. wait up. COWBOY BOOTS c June keep-the-rod- eo Morns Clark has already the dirt flying at the rodeo arena. He and hi&. committee have arranged for the removal of the old top soil on the grounds, and refilling with some fine white sand. This will reduce the dust problem to a minimum and provide a firmer footing for the stock and contestants. The large south bleachers are scheduled for a new coat of paint and the general appearance of the whole area will be toned LEVI TRAUSS wte'n Wear ! Jack Oakey, Lehi's favorite announcer advised the committee he looks on Lehi as his rodeo home and after a year's absence, promises his lustfal fine moving performance. Jack was very lavish in his praise of the two rodeo clowns, Clark Schultz and Jimriiy Wise, stating that they are two top performers. Schultz, in addition to clowning, puts on a special TSimedy act well worth the price "of admission. n. . . Father's Day featured last year. on i4t . Jack Oakey to Announce r, Headquarters for THURSDAY, JTXE 15, 1961 DRESS RIGHT FOR THE RODEO Concessions George T. 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